Wright 36i or 42i??

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing Equipment' started by Gwinnett Lawns, Feb 14, 2019.

  1. dishboy

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    Walker B23i- 42"48" might be a better option. I watch guys run standers on YT all the time. The give up nothing on the Walker .
     
  2. dishboy

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    Blade speed might be slower , but tip speed will not , and this is a advantage for mulching,
     
  3. Turf Tracer

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    If nothing else Walkers too many grease points. 2 grease points on the Wrights along w/syn based hydro and easy access hydro filter. 20 minutes maint for a 350hr season including engine and hydro oils.
     
  4. dishboy

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    TT did you catch this^?
     
  5. Turf Tracer

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    Confidant target market is repower. They likely cover it
     
  6. dishboy

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    Briggs vanguard covers it on Walker , have to look at my Kohler , on the 23i Can not remember if they are running pumps off crank or stub shaft? No matter what you run , looks like exact fit is necessary
     
  7. dishboy

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    Grease points is a good thing, this is how Walker gets 3-4K hours out of linkage. 10 minutes every 25 hours, BFD.
     
  8. Turf Tracer

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    I don’t like to have to worry about greasing, especially spindles. Lots equip to maintain.

    Will see how well all the sealed bearings and bushings do on the Wrights but Tracers only 5 points you really need grease and they go forever. Including the sealed spindles.
     

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